XP Power's medical power supplies guide

XP Power Introduces Medical Power Supplies Guide

This comprehensive guide details a range of medically focused power solutions including ac-dc and dc-dc products ranging from low to high voltage

XP Power has introduced a new medical power supplies guide that provides useful information for design engineers seeking an optimum power solution for their projects. The guide offers an overview of XP Power in terms of the company's vision, core values, quality systems, manufacturing facilities, and compliance regime so that customers can better understand the company behind the comprehensive range of medical power supplies.

Of particular benefit to designers and specifiers is a quick reference guide to the main requirements of the latest versions of applicable standards within the medical arena. According to the company, this is invaluable in ensuring that products selected will meet the latest legislation. Throughout the guide, safety and compliance related parameters and associated approvals are indicated for each product series, allowing designers to select products with confidence, claims XP Power.

The guide details the entire range of XP Power’s medically focused power solutions including ac-dc and dc-dc products. From low-voltage, low-power to high-voltage, high-power solutions, every device series is presented, including a number of specialist medical solutions that are not shown in XP Power’s main catalogue. The main features of each series are described, allowing designers to quickly select a product with the performance and functionality they require.

As a further resource, application examples are offered, including a showcase of customized products that are supplied with full approvals. These customer-focused solutions can meet demanding and diverse requirements.

The new guide is available for free download or as a hard copy via the XP Power website. In addition to the products, the guide also lists all of XP Power’s global sales offices and approved distribution networks from where local support can be provided.

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